Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jw112, Feb 18, 2009.
how can i replicate a warble effect similar to the piano part at the end of NIN closer. thanks
If by "warble" you mean swift pitch bending slightly above and below the note, it's called "vibrato". There are a couple pedals dedicated to Vibrato (Boss VB-2), but lots of Chorus pedals are able to do it, especially if they have "Rate" knobs. Even some delays can do it, like the EHX Deluxe Memory Man.
I don't have the settings anymore, but there was a setting on the flanger that was kinda like running your signal through a looped reel to reel with a crease in some rather crappy tape.
Skreddy Echo has a Warble knob. It does what it says!
wiggle your fingers...lol
totally kidding, the boss VB-2 or diamond vibrato pedals are supposed to be really nice for a vibrato effect
my danelectro reel echo has a warble option
What would you recommend for warble (tape echo sim) in a delay FX loop. The EH Clone THeory looks like it tries to replicate the modulation of a DMM. Or perhaps the EH Poly Chorus instead? Or something else altogether?
Line 6 pod x3 has warbler effect as well as a tape eater effect.
I use it on of our songs
Good suggestions...not that it would ever make a noticable difference in a delay loop, but any recommendations in the analogue realm?
I like the EH Worm pedal. Many different warble sounds and tones. Even the "tremolo" setting is a warble sound.
midfi pitch pirate or clari(not) will get you in that realm for sure and theyre both analog as far as I know, plus they do so many other things, i love em
does the DD20 do this?
Another vote for the EH Polychorus
my dl4 does this effect well. tube echo with drive all the way down and "flutter cranked.
I've tried the Dano Cool Cat Chorus (the newer one) and a Behringer UV300 vibrato pedal in the loop of my Retroman KopyKat. The Dano I've been trying for a while, whereas the UV300 I just got in the mail today.
Early results are that the UV300 can give a *perfect* warble to a delay effects loop. I think I'm going to like it a lot more than a chorus pedal on full mix vibrato simulation setting. The best thing: it's only $30.
I HATE the Dano Cool Cat concentric knobs...otherwise....the pedals are nice. Loving my Tremolo...no concentrics on that one.
I recently gave up on chorus...sticking with classic trem, delay and verb for those "special moments".